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ok, so on my main, gil, i have 38M cash, i dont play the acc much, but i'd like to either make some sort of investment, or use it up somehow, just cant think how. i have 99 range on gil.


then on my pure, elf, i have 25m cash, and 99 magic, not sure what to do there either.


i just dont really have any goals, which is nice, but then i have no idea what to do with this stuff.


so help me decide please!




32,606th to 99 magic || 15,388th to 99 dungeoneering || 12,647th to 99 farming

14,792nd to 99 range || 24,954th to 99 herblore

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You can put 7.5m in the kingdom coffers, only have to get the favor up once a week.

i believe you don't even need to bring up favor until you loot the coffers. but yeah KM rocks


buy death runes from the mage's guild

buy broad bolts from slayer masters


I'd invest money in skills. Who knows if a "high level herblore update" will happen to other buyable skills later on. You don't want to be stuck paying the price bullet like those players who waited until the herblore update came out to train it.


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Rares will always go up over time, invest in them if you don't use that account much

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